6 months Intricate cardboard city rises in Manila art show Inquirer |LS
  A twisting maze of tiny buildings crafted from discarded cardboard boxes is the heart of an eye-catching art piece in the Philippines highlighting the humble material’s value to millions of people.   In a nation where nearly a quarter of the population lives on less than $2 per day, cardboard is a cheap and abundant material used for shelter, bedding and furniture.   While the installation was originally made in and patterned on the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu, […] The post Intricate cardboard city rises in Manila art show appeared first on Inquirer Lifestyle. ... more